Central Europe - Hungary (Chapter)
This is the Hungary chapter from Lonely Planet's Central Europe guidebook.
The allure of Budapest, once an imperial city, is obvious at first sight, and it also boasts the hottest nightlife in the region. Other cities, too, like Pécs, the warm heart of the south, and Eger, the wine capital of the north, have much to offer travellers.
- learn about the bravery of Eger while under Turkish attack, and how the city’s Bull’s Blood wine got its name
- watch the cowboys ride at Bugac in Kiskunság National Park, in the heart of the Great Plain
- take a pleasure cruise across Lake Balaton, Central Europe’s largest body of fresh water
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Understand Hungary, History, People, Arts, Environment, Food & Drink, Directory A–Z, Transport, Budapest, the Danube Bend, Szentendre, Vác, Visegrád, Esztergom, Northwestern Hungary, Gyor, Sopron, Lake Balaton, South Central Hungary, Pécs, Southeastern Hungary, Kecskemét, Szeged, Northeastern Hungary, Eger, Tokaj, Debrecen
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